Middle East & United Nations

The Middle East or Mideast is a region that encompasses Western Asia and Northern Africa. The United Nations (UN) is an international organization whose stated aims are facilitating cooperation in International Law, interNational Security, economic development, social progress, Human Rights, and achievement of world peace. 5.0/5

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A Russian document circulating at the United Nations has proposed a constitutional reform process in Syria,...
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Not sure there is a way to bring lasting peace to the Middle East, but the cardinal sin would be for the United Nations to stop trying.
The Iraqi/Syrian situation in the Middle East is the "greatest humanitarian crisis of our modern era" according to the United…
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SYRIA. I humbly call on the King Recep Tayyip Erdogan of the Middle East and the Middle East Regional Peace Envoys to negotiate with the various Syrian Opposition groups to lay down their arms and engage in peace talks with the Syrian Government under the auspices of the United Nations. Glory be to the Almighty Lord God. Amen.
Thursday, January 1, 2015 Departing ALP member tells of deep Zionist influence in party ANTONY LOEWENSTEIN | AUG 10, 2010 1:27PM | EMAIL | PRINT SHARE 0 inShare The departing Labor member for Fowler, Julia Irwin, has revealed the deep influence of the Zionist lobby on the ALP and the inner workings of her party towards the Middle East in an exclusive interview with Crikey. Irwin says Israel must engage with Hamas, argues that the two-state solution may be a lost cause, remains open to backing a cultural and academic boycott of Israel and provides unprecedented details about the Zionist lobby’s capture of newly minted Labor MPs. Irwin claims that her statements on the Israel/Palestine conflict over the years “have been broadly in line” with party policy and urges “an active role for the United Nations in the peace process”. Such a view “upset Israel supporters in Caucus” from 2002 onwards. Irwin comments that the UN is generally backed by the ALP — note the party’s opposition to the Iraq ...
Oh, so you're telling it has been an exceptional year for you, and you are very thankful to everyone for being a part of it? Well, that's good! Because the past 12 months weren't so "great" for Pakistan and the Muslims all over the world. A great number of people died in Palestine, a few survived, hardly. The Ministry reported that several of the deaths were children. They were Muslims. Moving out of the Middle East, the conflict in Burma has seen significant violence. Buddhists have killed over 100 Muslims, with calls for the ethnic and religious minority to be removed entirely from the country. Afghanistan has seen a dramatic uptick in violence this year, resulting in the deaths of more than 1,000 children. Other civilian casualties bring the count up to more than 5,000 according to the United Nations. They were Muslims too. How, and how can we forget Peshawar Attack, where 141 people including 132 school children and 9 staff-members of the school were martyred in a terrorist attack on an army-run schoo ...
“The United States, the United Nations, the world community needs to stand with the Christians in Iraq.” Last night on 'The Kelly File,' Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins implored Christians in America to pray for religious minorities being persecuted in the Middle East during Christmas.
The Complex Nature of Middle Eastern Problems Jacob Thomas In the aftermath of World War II, several changes had to be made to the map of the world. For example, the boundaries between Germany and Poland were adjusted, and what used to be East Prussia became part and parcel of Poland. The Indian subcontinent was partitioned in 1947 by Great Britain into India and Pakistan. That resulted in great upheavals and bloodshed. Many Muslims left India for the new Islamic State, while most Hindus who found themselves in what became Pakistan, had to relocate and settle in India. Eventually, almost all of the old and new nations learned to accept each other’s existence. Not so in the Middle East where one situation has defied solution. I refer to the Palestinian-Israeli problem. Back in 1946, the United Nations decided to divide the land of Palestine between its Arab and Jewish populations. The Palestinians and their Arab neighbors opposed the partition plan. So, when the State of Israel was born on May 15, 1948, ...
Aid workers fear a major humanitarian crisis for millions of Syrian refugees in the Middle East after funding gaps forced the United Nations to cut food assistance for...
Dic. 9th – International Conference on Peace Operations: Latin America and the Caribbean joins the revision of the Resolution 1325 of United Nations Security Council Peace Operations: Views from the South 15 Years on from Resolution 1325 is the name of the International Conference that will take place in Santiago, Chile, on December 9th, organised by RESDAL - Latin American Security and Defence Network, under the auspices of the Ministry of National Defence of Chile. This conference will be the first international discussion among the defence sector in the framework of the 15th anniversary of Resolution 1325, as a contribution to the process established by the Security Council for 2015. It therefore seeks to open up South-South dialogue for an exchange among defence and security sector representatives on peacekeeping, opportunities for cooperation and participation in shaping the current and future design of peace missions. It takes place at a moment in which the Secretary General of the United Nations ...
- Egypt's permanent delegate to the United Nations Amr Ramadan said on Saturday that Egypt has joined the friends of the UN Convention against Torture group. The group is an informal international forum to promote global efforts to eliminate the crime of torture and encourage more countries to join and implement the convention. The Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment was adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations in 1984. Ramadan said Egypt was one of the pioneering countries that signed the convention in the Middle East and Africa to support efforts…
I don't know about anyone else, but I am definitely uncomfortable with 1500 more Marine troops being sent over to Iraq to "teach the Iraqis military defense tactics and use of modernized defense weaponry". We are supposed to be allies to ISRAEL -- not Iraq. Israel and Iraq/Iran have been the most bitter of enemies since the beginning of time and we are supposed to be supporting Israel. Instead, we are teaching the Iraqi people our tactics of war and we call it "empowering them to defend themselves"? Well, that is what is happening but the people have forgotten that we are in the middle of a 14+ year war with these people and now they're just gonna trust us? Last time i checked the news, the war with Iraq never came to a materialized end. The leaders of Iraq and Iran have supposedly been oppressed by ISIL and other major terrorist groups for decades and ever since Obama had that council with the United Nations and the European Union (in which council he insisted that the leaders of those two countries stan ...
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"Hudhud" is the Arabic name of Hoopoe bird, which is the national bird of Israel. There has been a practice of naming cyclones inNorth America and Europe since 1953. Naming of cyclones began in South Asian and Middle East only after 2002.An international panel on tropical cyclones, led by the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO), a Geneva-based agency of the United Nations, has decided to name the cyclones that occur in South Asia and Middle East after forming a committee of eight countries. India, Bangladesh, Maldives, Myanmar, Oman, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Thailand are the members in the committee that decides the names of cyclones occurring in the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. Each member country suggests names for cyclones in these seas. TheIndian Metrological Department (IMD) which issues cyclone warnings to these eight countries maintain a list of names contributed by each member country.Every time a cyclone occurs, a name is selected in the order of the names already submitted by each count ...
Once Were Peacekeepers. For weeks I have been listening to the news of our participation in another war in the Middle East. Now, with the terrible shootings in Ottawa we will no doubt be told that these shootings are the cost of freedom in a world marred by terrorism. Our Civil Liberties will become more eroded and there will be more surveillance, more checkpoints, more x-ray machines and metal detectors, all in the name of protecting Canadians. What in the world is going on? And who chose this path? We used to be known as a peacekeeping nation. Our soldiers were placed between combatants, and our mission was to keep people from shooting each other. We had a strong and respected place in the United Nations and a real vision as a people. We did not get involved in wars, except to mediate between the sides. Now we are backing the United States in another Middle Eastern war, and this with the clear record of history against us. No intervention in the Middle East by a Western power, or a Russian power, or a . ...
NEWSDAY OCTOBER 08. 2 K 14 20 Trinis on ISIS watch list By NALINEE SEELAL Wednesday, October 8 2014 TRINIDADIANS are said to be joining ISIS fighters in Syria and quietly slipping back home undetected following their mission with the deadly terrorist group. Some are also said to have been obtaining bogus documents to get to Syria. It was also revealed yesterday that some 20 TT nationals are on a list of suspect ISIS fighters compiled by the Strategic Services Agency (SSA). This surfaced amid reports that some Trinis are being trained in the Middle East to serve the interest of ISIS. Minister of National Security Gary Griffith said yesterday, “There are several persons of interest who are from Trinidad and Tobago and who have actually done it...but I won’t reveal any more.” The Minister disclosed, however, that Government was also monitoring the travel patterns of suspect foreign fighters and seeking to verify their involvement with ISIS. He said this was being done thankfully because of TT’s clos ...
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Christian Zionism is the largest, most controversial and most destructive lobby within Christianity. It bears primary responsibility for perpetuating tensions in the Middle East, justifying Israel’s apartheid colonialist agenda and for undermining the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians. By Rev Dr Stephen Sizer At least one in four American Christians surveyed recently by Christianity Today magazine said that they believe it is their biblical responsibility to support the nation of Israel. This view is known as Christian Zionism. The Pew Research Center put the figure at 63 per cent among white evangelicals. Christian Zionism is pervasive within mainline American evangelical, charismatic and independent denominations including the Assemblies of God, Pentecostals and Southern Baptists, as well as many of the independent mega-churches. It is less prevalent within the historic denominations, which show a greater respect for the work of the United Nations, support for Human Rights, the rule of ...
Latest from Golan Heights Collapse of UN peacekeeping mission on Golan Heights marks new era on Israel-Syria front ARON HELLER The Associated Press Published Thursday, Sep. 18 2014, 3:58 AM EDT Last updated Thursday, Sep. 18 2014, 5:13 AM EDT For four decades, a multinational United Nations mission has quietly monitored the sleepy Golan Heights — providing a symbol of stability between bitter enemies as it enforced a truce between Israel and Syria. But as Syria has plunged into Civil War and the peacekeepers themselves have become targets of al-Qaeda-linked rebels, the UN observer force has begun to fall apart, leaving its future — and the prospects for ever establishing peace in this rugged area of the Middle East — in doubt. MORE RELATED TO THIS STORY Drones seen over Islamic State-held territory in Syria UN pulling peacekeepers from Golan Heights amid clashes in Syria Al-Qaeda denies decline; acknowledges ‘mistakes’ by its branches U.S. President Obama says that the United States will not fig ...
If the United Nations had any respect for Human Life, Human Rights, or individual freedom they would kick out each nation in the United Nations that operates under Sharia Law. All Radical Islamic Terrorist Groups have the same agenda, to kill all the Jews and to make every woman and child a slave using Sharia Law. The ISIS is no different, no better or no worse than anyone supporting and financing Terrorism. Under Sharia Law each woman and each child is a slave. Slavery and murder is what Barack Obama's and Hilary Clinton's Arab Spring offers the world. We know what Barack Obama's and Hillary Clinton's Arab Spring brought the world. Blood, death, and war across the Middle East and North Africa. NATO is only a War Machine. The United States and the EU were behind the violence, coup, and Terrorism in the Ukriane, like all the Color Revolutions the CIA and George Soros and the National Endowment for Democracy created, supported, and funded across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and South America. The ...
Libya warns United Nations of possible slide into Civil War
ISRAEL, BOKO HARAM, EL-ZAKZAKY AND OUR TROUBLED NATION Category: Tuesday column Published on Tuesday, 29 July 2014 05:00 Written by Muhammad Al-Ghazali (ghazalism2727 0 Comments These are not the best of times to be a Nigerian or indeed a citizen of the world. In the Middle East – and we should never be deluded to imagine that we are immune from events so far from our own shores – Israel continued its gruesome massacre of innocent women and children with the declared intent to defend itself even though it has occupied the territory belonging to its victims cast in the mould of aggressors for more than half a century in defiance of the United Nations. In the words of Noam Chomsky, himself of Jewish ancestry, “Israel uses sophisticated attack jets and naval vessels to bomb densely- crowded refugee camps, schools, apartment blocks, mosques, and slums to attack a population that has no Air Force, no air defence, no navy, no heavy weapons, no artillery units, no mechanized armour, no command in control, ...
While hundreds of rockets continue to rain down over Israel, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Israeli Defense Forces are fighting for the VERY SURVIVAL of the Jewish State. Israel is America's strongest ally in the Middle East and the ONLY democracy in an unstable region. Now, at a time when world support is needed more than ever, the United States and the United Nations must STAND UP for Israel. SIGN THE PETITION BELOW to tell U.S. President Barack Obama and U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon to support Israel's right to self-defense! Israel needs your voice! Let your voice be heard!
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New York—Marking the latest and most ambitious attempt to bring stability to the region, the United Nations announced Wednesday that every single person in the Middle East will receive his or her own sovereign nation as part of a historic 317,000,00...
Israeli ambassador to the United Nations Ron Prosor spoke in the Security Council's meeting concerning the situation in the Middle East. Prosor: "15 Seconds, that's how much time you have to run for your life. Imagine having only 15 seconds to find a bomb shelter. Now imagine doing it with small children or elderly parents or an ailing friend... if you want the nations of the world to stand with you in your battle against terrorism tomorrow, stand with Israel today."
After the shocking and ridiculous speech given by Obama’s Middle East coordinator, Philip Gordon, in which he praises Abbas and Hamas and again tries to pressure Israel to relinquish all border rights to British Amistice lines of 1949, (that Obama keeps calling 1967 lines - because he doesn’t know the difference) all the while the rockets continue to land all around, one is left to wonder why the increasingly insignificant in world politics US sees fit to shake their finger at a country of 7 million, that is becoming the target of destruction by the surrounding Moslem world of 1.6 Billion, (that’s 1,600,000,000) while the Arabs themselves continue to slaughter each other to the tune of hundreds of thousands each year in human atrocities without a word being mentioned or single resolution from the farce that calls itself the United Nations. One can only accept that words matter in legitimization. By repeating phrases, catch phrases and inaccurate slogans, they're currency is gained even when the fund ...
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton says the Middle East is facing more instability now than...
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EXCLUSIVE Who is responsible for brutality in Iraq? Almost 2,500 people were killed in Iraq in June as militants led by the radical group the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, known as ISIS or ISIL, seized northern and western parts of the country, the United Nations said on Tuesday. What radicals have unleashed is reminiscent of the darkest days of sectarian violence in the region. Shockingly, ISIS is not the only ones responsible for atrocities in the country. The government plays its part, warns Erin Evers, Iraq researcher at the Middle East and North Africa Division of the Human Rights Watch. Read more:
PRINCE ZEID AL HUSSAIN of JORDAN NOMINATED AS UN HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR Human Rights " UN Secretary General Mr Ban Ki-moon, I'm delighted, this definitely is "A Right Man at Right Place" I am fully confident that Prince Zeid AL Hussain who has a proven track record in the field of Peace, Justice, Rule of Law will not leave any efforts to ensure the implementation of the UN Charter of Human Rights "KAC United Nations: The UN secretary-general said on Friday he will appoint Jordan’s ambassador as the new high commissioner for Human Rights, bringing to that post a voice from the Middle East at a time when such rights are under strain in some countries in the region. Ban Ki-moon’s office announced that Prince Zeid Al Hussain, a long-time diplomat and former UN peacekeeper, has been nominated to replace Navi Pillay. Pillay has been a forceful spokeswoman, most recently this week when she was the most prominent UN official to speak out on the 25th anniversary of China’s crushing of pro-democracy protests i ...
June 4, 1963 Pope John XXIII, champion of world peace and Christian unity, died in the Vatican yesterday at the age of 81. A high tribute to Pope John came from President Kennedy, who led the mourning of official Washington. The President said that the Pontiff "brought compassion and understanding drawn from wide experience to the most divisive problems of` tumultuous age." "Normal diplomatic business" with Haiti was resumed by Washington. A sharp controversy has arisen in Moscow between the authorities and African students who have complained of discrimination. The United States has offered a special $2,000,000 donation to help finance United Nations operations in the Congo-and the Middle East. The contribution, with others, is expected to make up for reduced assessments assigned to underdeveloped nations. After a 49-year struggle with California, Arizona won a Supreme Court decision on allotment of water from the Colorado River. The opinion of Justice Hugo L. Black brought a sharp attack from his collea ...
Posting Title: Public Information Officer, P4 Job Code Title: PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER Department/ Office: Office of the Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on Yemen Duty Station: SANA'A Deadline: 21 June 2014 Job Opening number: 14-PUB-OSASG Yemen-35351-R-SANA'A (R) This position is located in Sana’a. The Public Information Officer will report to the Principal Political Affairs Officer under the overall direction of the Special Adviser. Education Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in communications, journalism, International Relations, public administration or related field. A first-level university degree with in combination two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. Work Experience A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in public information, journalism, International Relations, public administration or related area. Experience working in a United Nations common system field ...
Why learn Arabic?10 great reasons to start learning Arabic Are you considering learning Arabic? But you are not sure why it might be beneficial? In addition to the reasons why everyone should learn a language, here are 10 solid reasons why Arabic might be an excellent choice for you. 1. Arabic is the 5th most commonly spoken native language in the world. Arabic is the official language of over 20 countries and there are well over 300 million native speakers of the language. These speakers are largely concentrated in the Middle East, but there are minority groups of native speakers throughout the world. It is also an official language of the United Nations, the Arab League, the Organization of Islamic Conference, and the African Union. 2. Arabic is the liturgical language of Islam. In addition to the millions of native speakers, many more millions know Arabic as a foreign language, since as the language of the Qu'ran, it is understood by Muslims throughout the world.  3. There is a high demand and low su ...
NIGERIA! NIGERIA!! NIGERIA!!! -Everywhere, and on everybody's lips is the name of Nigeria. -A giant in the sun!!! -Tears cascading down my cheeks!!! -In the Middle East, the Nigerian Army, under the banner of the United Nations, (UNIFIL) commanded by Gen Abutu Garba, brought honor -In Mogadishu, Somalia, we fought to the last man as epitomized by Shantali -In Liberia, we led Africa to send away Charles Taylor where Ishaya Bakut, Adetunji Olurin, Timothy Shelpidi, Rufus Kupolati performed wonders Olurin towered by changing "peace keeping" into "peace enforcement" to minimize "collateral damage" -In Sierra Leone, Maxwell Khobe, drove out Paul Koroma -Where in the world have you seen terrorists driving Armoured Cars freely? -Where in the world will 294 people be discreetly loaded in a "no movement" zone into trucks unchallenged and vanish into thin air? -Those blaming the Nigerian Security Forces do not know what these few gallant officers and men are up against -The Nigerian Army is not fighting at "full st ...
This week I m on GRAZIA, Middle East, VIVA magazine and Hello! Middle East talking about my role in United Nations World Food Programme, my work and my life. I m so grateful for the tremendous support I get from the local media and the community. Thank You.
Tony Blair is the Middle East envoy for the United Nations, European Union, United States, and Russia. Think about that.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has resulted in the longest-standing refugee crisis in the world today. Based on new archival research and interviews with surviving participants, this book considers one early effort to resolve that crisis while offering helpful lessons for current efforts at conflict resolution in the Middle East and elsewhere. When war broke out in Palestine in 1948, the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), a Quaker service organization, had just won the Nobel Peace Prize for its peacemaking endeavors and its service to war refugees during the Second World War. On the basis of that experience, the United Nations invited the highly visible AFSC to provide humanitarian relief to Arab refugees in Gaza. The AFSC also sent volunteers to work in Israel, where they hoped to serve both Arabs and Jews. Its long-term goal was repatriation of the refugees and conciliation and coexistence between Israelis and Palestinians. As eyewitnesses to some of the major events of the conflict, the AFSC ...
Email Suggests White House Strategy on Benghazi By MICHAEL D. SHEAR April 30, 2014 WASHINGTON — A newly released email shows that White House officials sought to shape the way Susan E. Rice, then the ambassador to the United Nations, discussed the Middle East chaos that was the context for the attack on the American diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, in 2012. The email dated Sept. 14, 2012, from Benjamin J. Rhodes, the deputy National Security adviser, to Ms. Rice was obtained by the conservative group Judicial Watch through a Freedom of Information Act request. The subject of the email was: “PREP CALL with Susan.” That email was sent ahead of Ms. Rice’s appearance on several Sunday morning news talk programs three days after the attacks that resulted in the deaths of four Americans, including J. Christopher Stevens, the ambassador to Libya. Conservative critics of President Obama have long contended that political considerations at the White House were the reason that Ms. Rice attributed the ...
Remarks by Ambassador Samantha Power, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations, at the Security Council Open Debate on the Middle East
Ironic that Tony Blair became Middle East envoy for the United Nations. A job that requires you to help bring peace to the middle east.
WE CARE FOR HUMANITY & PRINCE GHARIOS OF GHASSAN AL- NU’ MAN VIII present the most anticipated LAUNCHING of His Imperial Royal Highness' book "Middle East, The Secret History and Possible Solutions" at the 2nd GOD Awards on June 20, 2014 at the United Nations!
On his first official visit to the Gaza Strip, the new head of the United Nations agency assisting Palestinian refugees across the Middle East...
Today in testimony before the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee, Secretary of State John Kerry performed a post-mortem on the recent collapse of the Middle East peace talks. According to Kerry, the Palestinian refusal to keep negotiating past April and their decision to flout their treaty commitments by returning to efforts to gain recognition for their non-existent state from the United Nations was all the fault of one decision made by Israel. As the New York Times reports: Secretary of State John Kerry said Tuesday that Israel’s announcement of 700 new apartments for Jewish settlers in East Jerusalem precipitated the bitter impasse in peace negotiations last week between Israel and the Palestinians. While Mr. Kerry said both sides bore responsibility for “unhelpful” actions, he noted that the publication of tenders for housing units came four days after a deadline passed for Israel to release Palestinian prisoners and complicated Israel’s own deliberations over whether to extend the talks. “Poo ...
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On GPS this Sunday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET on CNN: A live look at the latest on the unrest in Ukraine...and the larger East-West battle it has become. Then, Middle East peace talks have collapsed. Why? There are many reasons, of course, but at the heart of the problem lies one city – Jerusalem – which both sides claim. Fareed speaks with the mayor of Jerusalem to find out whether there might be a solution. Also...a new United Nations report, the most exhaustive yet about Climate Change. GPS speaks with the New York Times' Tom Friedman, who discusses what the world and the United States needs to do now. And food critic and chef Anthony Bourdain offers his take on Russia and India among other destinations. GPS will talk with him about the politics and the food he explored for his upcoming series on CNN.
No, not the humble banana ... it's the only fruit I eat. - World banana supply at risk as disease spreads A disease damaging banana crops in Southeast Asia has spread to the Middle East and Africa, posing risks to world supply and trade totalling $8.9 billion, according to the United Nations' Food & Agriculture Organisation. The TR4 strain of Panama disease, a soil-born fungus that attacks plant roots, is deadly for the Cavendish banana that makes up about 95 per cent of supplies to importers, including North America and Europe, Fazil Dusunceli, an agriculture officer at the FAO, said by phone this week from Rome. While the disease hasn't reached top Latin America exporters such as Ecuador, Costa Rica or Colombia, TR4 was discovered in Jordan and Mozambique, indicating it moved beyond Asia, he said.
For those who do not know me, I have been, and am pro-Israel — as the only democratic State in a turbulent Middle East. That is not to say that I am a supporter of its terrible offensive against the Palestinian and other native peoples or the denial of their basic Human and residency Rights, or of their claim and right to a homeland state. Quite frankly, it is now time for Israel to radically change is policy on the Palestinian question, to modify its pandering to its extremist right, before it’s own deeply divided society begins to come apart at the seams. Enough is Enough! This is a recent post from Juan Cole’s Informed Comment email news which I subcribe to. Israel Guilty of Apartheid, Ethnic Cleansing of Palestinians: UN Rapporteur Posted: 26 Mar 2014 11:06 PM PDT (By César Chelala) Richard Falk, United Nations rapporteur on Human Rights in the Palestinian territories accused Israel last week of “Ethnic Cleansing” of Palestinians. Speaking at a press conference, he said that Israeli polici ...
"In an evolutionary world, in a world where God spewed the universe with the components of life and where God companions us as we work to bring that life to fullness, in a world where free will really counts, where everything we do changes the world, no religion can any longer rationalize its justification of injustice in the name of God." By Benedictine Sister of Erie, Pa., Joan Chittister is a best-selling author and well-known international lecturer on topics of justice, peace, Human Rights, women's issues and contemporary spirituality in the church and in society. She presently serves as the co-chair of the Global Peace Initiative of Women, a partner organization of the United Nations, facilitating a worldwide network of women peace builders, especially in the Middle East. Sister Joan's most recent books include "Following the Path: The Search for a Life of Passion, Purpose and Joy and Monastery of the Heart. She has won 13 CPA awards for her books. She is founder and executive director of Benetvision ...
Posted by a friend David Johnson A QUOTE FROM A FRIEND REGARDING THE NEWS ABOUT ISRAEL SHUTTING DOWN THEIR EMBASSIES-BE PREPARED FOR THE WORLD TO PLUNGE INTO WAR "I have Jewish friends I value and respect a great deal. This is really a Zionist plot now exposed and as Edward Snowden, John Perkins, Karen Hudes, and others have now exposed, nearly every man, woman, and child on the planet is a pawn in the plan: “The battlefields are merging,” the United Nations envoy Martin Kobler told the Security Council in July 2013. Robin Wright is the author of “Rock the Casbah: Rage and Rebellion Across the Islamic World” and a distinguished scholar at the United States Institute of Peace and the Wilson Center and he drew how the West sees the Middle East: Yinon's article appeared in Kivunim (Directions), the journal of the Department of Information of the World Zionist Organization. Oded Yinon is an Israeli journalist and was formerly attached to the Foreign Ministry of Israel. It stands as an accurate represe ...
March 24,1949, President Harry S. Truman signs a U.S. resolution authorizing $16 million in aid for Palestinian refugees displaced as a result of Israel's Independence in 1948. Truman's resolution contributed U.S. funds to a $32 million United Nations aid package. At the signing, the president stated his hope that before the relief money ran out, the means will be devised for the permanent solution of the refugee problem. Truman argued that U.S. aid would contribute to the long-term stability of the Middle East through integrating Palestinian refugees into the economic life of the underdeveloped area.
Please join me Wednesday March 26th for Global Leaders with Ambassador Guillermo E. Rishchynski, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of to the United Nations. Canada is heavily involved in the Middle East; as a strong supporter of Canada has maintained public support of the peace process and is seeking closer ties with Tel Aviv. To date, Canada has contributed over $600 Million in humanitarian assistance in response to the conflict in and has provided millions to support economic growth in the West Bank. Ambassador Rishchynski and I will be discussing will be discussing the significant role Canada plays in international affairs, whether it is contributing troops to the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan, supporting aid missions in Haiti, or assisting in anti-piracy efforts off the Horn of Africa. We will focus on the Post-2015 Development Agenda, Canada’s extensive contributions to the UN system and its involvement in peacebuilding. I look forward to seeing you for what promises ...
TERMS OF REFERENCE UNRWA is a United Nations agency established by the General Assembly in 1949 and is mandated to provide assistance and protection to a population of some 5 million registered Palestine refugees. Its mission is to help Palestine refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, West Bank and the Gaza Strip to achieve their full potential in human development, pending a just solution to their plight. UNRWA's services encompass education, health care, relief and social services, camp infrastructure and improvement, microfinance and emergency assistance. UNRWA is funded almost entirely by voluntary contributions. UNRWA is the largest UN operation in the Middle East with more than 30,000 staff. Programme Coordinator for the "Regional Programme for the Improvement of Living Conditions of Palestinian Refugee Camps" (REPAC), Amman BACKGROUND The German Government has commissioned its "Reconstruction Credit Institute" known as KfW, to develop and execute a Regional Programme to improve the living conditions i ...
Ethiopia was a monarchy for most of its history, and the Ethiopian dynasty traces its roots to the 2nd century BC.[6] Ethiopia is also one of the oldest sites of human existence known to scientists today, having yielded some of humanity's oldest traces.[7] It may be the region from which *** sapiens first set out for the Middle East and points beyond.[8][9][10] When Africa was divided up by European powers at the Berlin Conference, Ethiopia was one of only two countries that retained its independence. It was one of only four African members of the League of Nations. After a brief period of Italian occupation, Ethiopia became a charter member of the United Nations. When other African nations received their independence following World War II, many of them adopted the colors of Ethiopia's flag, and Addis Ababa became the location of several international organizations focused on Africa. Modern Ethiopia and its current borders are a result of significant territorial reduction in the north and expansion in t ...
“Equality for Women is Progress for all” IWD 2014 greetings from the Communist Party of Canada and the Young communist league of Canada For over a century, March 8 has been the International Day to honour the women in all countries who strive to achieve full equality. On IWD 2014, the Communist Party of Canada sends our warmest greetings to all women in the fight against poverty, austerity, violence, misogyny and war. As the United Nations has declared for this year’s IWD, “equality for women is progress for all.” Here, the ruling class claims that Canada is a country of equality, fairness and social justice. Yet recent years have seen huge struggles around issues such as access to education, pay equity, union rights, jobs, devastation of the environment, deportations of migrants. Women have played a leading role in the Quebec student strike, the Idle No More movement, grassroots environmental struggles, and defence of labour and social rights. IWD is particularly significant for working class w ...
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What Assets Are Available To Become In Beckhusen Samantha Power, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, characterized Russia’s intervention in Ukraine to be “as dangerous as it is destabilizing.” But Washington has so far stopped short of direct action beyond pulling out of June’s G8 summit in Sochi. It’s a terribly unpredictable situation—and there are indications Ukraine and Russia are on the verge of open war. As the situation escalates, it’s important to take note of U.S. military forces in the region, just in case. This summary is not to suggest these forces will actually deploy. There are lots of good reasons why the U.S. will not do anything militarily. Ukraine is not a member of NATO, for one. Second, American action could risk a disastrous war with a nuclear-armed state. “We are strong enough to defend ourselves,” Yuriy Sergeyev, Ukraine’s ambassador to the U.N., said on Feb. 28. As if to hammer home the point, Sen. John McCain stressed to The Daily Beast on March 1 that t ...
9/25/2012 Address to the United Nations by Barack Obama OBAMA: Mr. President, Mr. Secretary General, fellow delegates, ladies and gentlemen, I would like to begin today by telling you about an American named Chris Stevens. Chris was born in a town called Grass Valley, California, the son of a lawyer and a musician. As a young man, Chris joined the Peace Corps and taught English in Morocco, and he came to love and respect the people of North Africa and the Middle East. He would carry that commitment throughout his life. As a diplomat, he worked from Egypt to Syria, from Saudi Arabia to Libya. He was known for walking the streets of the cities where he worked, tasting the local food, meeting as many people as he could, speaking Arabic, listening with a broad smile. Chris went to Benghazi in the early days of the Libyan revolution, arriving on a cargo ship. As America's representative, he helped the Libyan people as they coped with violent conflict, cared for the wounded, and crafted a vision for the future ...
United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees condemns bomb attack which killed 18 people near Syrian school it runs
The Suez Crisis was one of the most controversial and convulsive episodes of the 20th century. It shattered the unity of the Western alliance, divided the Commonwealth, undermined the United Nations and threatened to engulf the Middle East in a wide scale war. Canadian Foreign Minister Lester Pearson became a front line player at the United Nations. Working intensely from the end of October into early November 1956, Pearson proposed the world’s first ever peacekeeping force at the UN General Assembly. Using his vast web of connections and decades of experience, he persuaded the world assembly to make the UN force a reality. This was the start of Canada's Peacekeeping legacy. Cpl K.E. Pennell CD was among the first deaths in Egypt. RIP
Drawing on his new book, Empathy: A Handbook for Revolution, Roman Krznaric shares how empathy - the art of stepping into the shoes of another person and seeing the world from their perspective - can not only enrich your own life but also help create social change. Empathy, he argues, has the power to transform relationships, from the personal to the political. Discussing everything from the empathy experiments of George Orwell to developments in neuroscience and industrial design, from the struggle against slavery in the eighteenth century to the Middle East crisis today, Roman explores six different ways you can expand your empathic potential and enhance your life. Roman Krznaric is a cultural thinker and writer on the art of living. He is a founding faculty member of The School of Life and advises organisations such as Oxfam and the United Nations on using empathy and conversation to create social change. The Observer has named him as one of Britain’s leading lifestyle philosophers. His books include ...
Will the United Nations and the Vatican Rule Jerusalem? Yes. The Beast and the False Prophet have an appointment with destiny. Here is a Biblical perspective. Tony Blair and Bill Clinton, in their days, strong-armed Israel into accepting the idea of a two-state solution to the Middle East crisis - Israel and Palestine. Clinton brought Yassar Arafat and Yitzak Rabin to the White House to celebrate a historic milestone in diplomacy. Never forget, however, that both Israel and Palestine are pawns in the hands of New World Order powerbrokers who are concretely determined to redefine the Middle East in terms that will both appease and quieten key players in the international community, not the least of which is New York, Brussels and Rome. Neither Israel nor the Palestinian Authority have the luxury of making sovereign determinations of their own destinies. Neither can escape the heavy hand of the New World Order. Ultimately, both governments will be forced to cooperate with the will of the international commu ...
While confirming today's delivery of more than 700 food parcels to the desperate, malnourished civilians stranded in a hard-hit area outside the Syrian capital of Damascus, the United Nations agency tasked with protecting Palestinian refugees throughout the Middle East, reiterated its call for long-...
Israeli cabinet ministers will hold a meeting next week in an attempt to find a strategy to counter an international boycott of Israeli goods. According to a report by Israeli newspaper Haaretz on Friday, the ministers would discuss boycott, divestment and sanctions campaign against products linked to illegal settlements, AFP reported. The decision came as a group of top Israeli businesspeople reacted to the growing international boycott movement by launching a publicity campaign. They want Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Make Peace with the Palestinians for the sake of economy. In the latest development, on Thursday, Norway's sovereign wealth fund blacklisted two Israeli firms involved in the construction of illegal settlements in East al-Quds (Jerusalem). The presence and continued expansion of Israeli settlements in occupied Palestine has created a major obstacle for the efforts to establish peace in the Middle East. More than half a million Israelis live in over 120 illegal settlements bu ...
(Vatican Radio) The Holy See has expressed its concern about a “worrying exodus” of Christians from Middle East countries which have been their homelands for nearly two thousand years. The Holy See’s Permanent Observer to the United Nations in New York, Archbishop Francis Chullikatt, said Christians...
Tanya Plibersek on behalf of the Australian Labor Party is calling for the Australian Government to get involved in the Civil War in Syria. No Way Tanya... Your own government when in power did nothing, that was your choice. We as a nation need to stand up and refuse to fight the wars called for by the United Nations to further there agenda in the Middle East. How many Christians have been killed in this conflict with UN supplied weapons and money? Our armed forces are here to defend Australia, not to play your political games.
Chris Chataway, who died yesterday aged 82, was a great champion of refugees, a tireless campaigner for their rights and a good friend of Christian Aid. In 1958, he and three other young politicians were concerned not only about the plight of 200,000 European refugees yet to be resettled after the War but also refugees in the Middle East, Hong Kong Korea and in North Africa. They called for a World Refugee Year, persuaded the government of the day to support it, involved voluntary organisations like Christian Aid in its planning and encouraged the United Nations to sponsor it. World Refugee Year was held in 1959 and raised more than £30 million across the globe. Christian Aid was a member of the UK Organising Committee and helped raised £1.23 million for refugee work through its member churches. The year not only raised funds for resettlement work and to meet basic human needs but also raised awareness of the plight of refugees. The campaign organised by Chataway and his colleagues not only encouraged m ...
An article on Fox News reminded me of just how horrible, for the most part, the United Nations is despite its occasional usefulness. Anne Bayefsky writes extensively on the subject of Human Rights. She is a professor at York University, Toronto, Canada and an adjunct professor at Touro College in New York. She has been honored for her work and I rank her as one of the most impressive and important women on the international scene today. Her article took a look back at 2013 and what to expect in 2014. Lacking any leadership from the United States, a role it has played in international affairs since the end of World War Two, the world is spiraling toward the prospect of a Middle East cataclysm between its secular, moderate population and the insanity of Islamic fascism. As Bayefsky noted, "The U.N. Security Council adopted four legally-binding sanction resolutions on Iran in 2006. American diplomacy managed to extract even Russian and Chinese support for International Laws that state 'Iran shall without fur ...
A forked tongue has two prongs. With vipers, in particular, you don't want them near you. When it comes to Middle East politics, one prong can be called Barack Obama and the other John Kerry. Together they comprise the viper determine to poison the State of Israel. Over and over again they lie with a forked tongue and, inevitably, Benjamin Netanyahu -- among others -- is paralyzed by their palaver. What lies? Start with Obama's red lines; the ones which, if crossed, would produce a powerful White House response. Iran's nuclear noodniks crossed the line a long time ago. First the chief executive responded by burying his head in the oil sands. Then he pulled it out and decided to kiss the tooches of Tehran's mullahs. Thus, when it came to Iran, the president's red line turned frighteningly white. Was that an aberration? Not with this lying bozo. Remember the red line he drew in case Bashar al-Assad employed poison gas against the Syrian rebels? When it was proven beyond a shadow of a doubt by United Nations ...
Economic Hitmen and the American Empire In this video, John Perkins, author of Confessions of an Economic Hitman, and much more, discusses the corporate worldwide empire, global debt trap, and how the planet's economic engine runs on blood and suffering. The author discusses the truth about financial oppression and conspiracy, and how the world can be rewired to liberate humanity. About John Perkins: As Chief Economist at a major international consulting firm, John Perkins advised the World Bank, United Nations, IMF, U.S. Treasury Department, Fortune 500 corporations, and countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. He worked directly with heads of state and CEOs of major companies. His books on economics and geopolitics have sold more than 1 million copies, spent many months on the New York Times and other bestseller lists, and are published in over 30 languages.
Young and jobless forever( statics and numbers ) Many are frustrated by the job crisis that faded the world left man unemployed persons according to United Nations' International Labor Organization (ILO), the situation for young people will continue to worsen until 2018.The ILO estimates that in 2013, more than 73 million young people - those aged between 15 and 24 - are out of work, Before presenting the rates we have to understand that, all unemployment rates are calculated as percentages not of the total population, but of something called the "economically active population". That is the employed plus the unemployed. the Gender gap: there is a gap in the statics between males and females ability to get job opportunities. In the Middle East and North Africa, the unemployment rate for young Middle Eastern men was estimated to be 24.5% in 2012. For young women, it's much higher, at 42.6%. The unemployed statistics and numbers : How the big number breaks down Region Unemployment rate World 12.6% Developed ...
Rohingya News Agency-(AFP): Saudi Arabia on Thursday won a UN Security Council seat for the first time in a new show of determination to make its voice heard, joining Chad, Chile, Lithuania and Nigeria in taking places on the key body. All five countries stood unopposed in an election by the 193-member UN General Assembly. They will replace Azerbaijan, Guatemala, Morocco, Pakistan and Togo on the 15-nation council on January 1. Saudi Arabia, despite its oil power and standing in the Muslim World, has never competed for a place on the United Nations' most powerful body which has a key role pronouncing on conflicts such as that in Syria. The conservative kingdom has several times expressed alarm at what it considers international inaction over Syria. It has been a major backer of the rebels fighting President Bashar al-Assad. The Saudi government also remains a fierce critic of Israel. Saudi Arabia is seeking a more active role in key international bodies even though its own record on women's rights and hum ...
Tunisia is the first country in the Middle East and North Africa to set up a legislative body tasked with eradicating torture, the United Nations said Friday.
Islam: . America do not care about their people. USA regime is trying to stopping me from putting peace in Middle East and United Nations.
Does Bible Prophecy Point to the Modern State of Israel? TODAY the world nervously watches the Middle East. Rocket attacks, clashes of armed militias, and terrorist bombings are frequent occurrences. Add to this explosive mixture the very real possibility that nuclear weapons could be used. No wonder people everywhere are worried! The world was also anxiously watching the Middle East in May of 1948. At that time, 62 years ago, the British mandate to occupy what was then called Palestine was ending, and war was imminent. The year before, the United Nations had authorized the creation of an independent Jewish State in a portion of the occupied territories. The surrounding Arab nations had vowed to prevent this at any cost. “The partition line shall be nothing but a line of fire and blood,” warned the Arab League. It was Friday afternoon, May 14, 1948, at 4:00 p.m. The final hours of the British mandate were ticking away. In the Tel Aviv Museum, a small crowd of 350 onlookers were present by secret invit ...
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I want to thank our outstanding Ministers in the Foreign Office: Sayeeda Warsi, a foremost champion of freedom of religion; David Lidington, the best Europe Minister Britain has had in decades; Hugo Swire, pioneering new Embassies in Latin America; Alistair Burt, a picture of calm whatever the storm in the Middle East; Mark Simmonds, bringing new energy to Britain’s ties in Africa; And Stephen Green, revolutionising our support to British exporters. And I thank all our PPSs: the inimitable Keith Simpson, the irrepressible Tobias Ellwood, the urbane Richard Graham, the tenacious Margot James and the unflappable Eric Ollerenshaw. This is a great team that deserves a great round of applause. My team and I returned yesterday from the UN General Assembly in New York.  We have fanned out across the corridors and chambers of the United Nations, working on dozens of issues from building up Libya’s security forces to helping Lebanon cope with refugees; from aiding Burma on the path to democracy to promoting p ...
Diplomacy on but Obama, Rouhani don't meet September 25, 2013 US President Barack Obama on Tuesday cautiously embraced overtures from Iran's new president as the basis for a possible nuclear deal, but a failed effort to arrange a simple handshake between the two leaders underscored entrenched distrust that will be hard to overcome. In a related stories Obama-Singh meet may focus on civil nuclear deal India addressing concerns of US N-suppliers: NSA speech to the United Nations, Obama said he was determined to test President Hassan Rouhani's recent diplomatic gestures and challenged him to take concrete steps toward resolving Iran's long-running nuclear dispute with the West. Hours later, Rouhani used his debut at the world body to pledge Iran's willingness to engage immediately in "time-bound" talks on the nuclear issue but he offered no new concessions and repeated many of Iran's grievances against the United States, and Washington's key Middle East ally, Israel. He steered clear, however, of the Holoc . ...
MENA CITY POPULATIONS TO REACH 226 MILLION BY 2020 UN report predicts strong regional urbanisation trends and challenges as world-leading urban planners prepare for Future Cities conference Dubai, UAE, XX September, 2013: More than 226 million people will be living in cities throughout the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) by 2020, accounting for nearly 62 percent of the region’s total population, the United Nations (UN) has estimated. According to the latest revision of the World Urbanisaton Prospects report by the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, a two per cent average annual urbanisation growth rate will exist across the MENA region until the end of the decade, as predominantly youthful populations gravitate toward cities in search of improved work opportunities and better lifestyles. Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, and Oman in particular will have dense urban conglomerations, with 45.1 million people expected to reside in GCC cities by 2020 – 85 percent of the total estim ...
After giving it some thought, I must admit that my previous post was a bit harsh, in comparing Vladimir Putin and President Barack Obama to animal shelter dogs. So, with heartfelt remorse, I must apologize to dogs everywhere. From the Afghan Hound, the Native American Indian Dog (NAID), and the Russian Wolfhound, to the Saluki of the Middle East, and the Western European Zuchon (a mixed breed). Most of you have connected the dots by seeing the pattern in the dogs I have named. Unfortunately, there is no "United Nations" breed. I would submit, however, that the universally acknowledged rescue dog, the Saint Bernard, would be a good choice. But, before you nod in agreement, let me explain that we may have a spy in the mix. The Saint Bernard is actually a genetically combined breed originally conceived in 980 AD by St. Bernard de Menthon, an Italian who also, coincidentally for this writing, created the concept of the hospice, a place for those seeking refuge while traveling, and named after his canine creat ...
Business Oil prices rise in Asia, eyes on Syria crisis SINGAPORE: Oil prices inched higher in Asian trade Friday ahead of the release of US jobs figures and on concerns about a possible US-led strike on Syria, analysts said. New York's main contract, West Texas Intermediate for delivery in October, gained one cent to $108.38 in mid-morning trade, while Brent North Sea crude for October added two cents to $115.28. "The threat of a Syrian war is already priced in to a certain extent," Kelly Teoh, market strategist at IG Markets in Singapore told. "We would need to wait till next week to see if it's going on," she said. Dealers fear a military strike on Syria -- which is accused of using chemical weapons on its own civilians -- could lead to a wider conflict in the oil-rich Middle East that would put a strain on supplies. Tensions over increased on Thursday after the US envoy to the United Nations accused Russia of holding the UN Security Council hostage over the crisis.
Why doesn't the United Nations step in and do something about the issues in Syria,Egypt, & the Middle East..where's the authority of the NWO
THE ZIONIST PROJECT FOR FUNDAMENTALIST CHRISTIANS: USING JESUS AND CHRISTIANS AS A TROJAN HORSE TO EVENTUALLY CONQUER ALL OF PALESTINE AND THEN THE WHOLE WORLD. ALL IN SERVICE OF ZIONISM AND OF ISRAEL Read below and get informed about the Zionist poroject: Watch the Middle East Jesus Christ warns us to be spiritually alert and watchful (Luke 21:36). But for what should we be watching in the turmoil and conflict of the Middle East? Watch for increasing demand for international intervention and control, not only in Gaza and the West Bank, but in Jerusalem itself. Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas has supported calls for a United Nations peacekeeping force in Gaza and the West Bank—a proposal the rival Hamas has heretofore rejected. As violence escalates in the region around Jerusalem, watch for more world leaders to join in demanding international control of this ancient city held dear by Jews, Christians and Muslims alike. Watch for continuing conflicts between Israelis and Palestinians. The . ...
"- from the Christian brothers who want to assist the Resistance movement of Lebanon and the Syrian Arab Army who both everyday are sacriicing our brothers and sisters in this war against the Takfiri/Dajjalists The translation of this letter is as following: Message from Christians youth to his Eminence Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah His Eminence Sayyed, we are a group of Christians youth we are fed up seeing our people, our religion are being killed, our archbishops being kidnapped, our girls being raped and the Cross instilled in their mouths by the hands of these barbarians, the Salafis and Takfiris who are not related to Islam in anything. the smell of death is smelting from everywhere. They are bringing destruction to our Middle East and all this is happening under the eyes of United Nations and the Christian of Europe. Sayyid Nasrallah – each day Maloula and Sidnaya are bombed. Churches are destroyed here and Monastery are burned there and our Christian Leaders no longer care about anything except their ...
Syrian President Bashar Assad now has the upper hand in his ongoing war with Syrian rebels, according to Dr. David Bukai of Haifa University, an expert in Middle East affairs. Iran and Hizbullah are helping Assad win, Bukai told Arutz Sheva. “This increases his weakness vis-à-vis Iran,” he warned. “Syria will be more dependent on Iran, and that will affect our border, because if Assad is not independent and is open to Iranian and Hizbullah influence, there will be attempts to ‘heat up’ the border,” he warned. Lebanon, too, could prove unstable, he said. “The Sunni Muslims, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, are very concerned by Hizbullah and Iran. The Sunni Muslim religious leaders have issued a religious edict against Hizbullah and Shi'ite Islam, so Lebanon is apparently going back to being a conflict zone,” he predicted. Israel cannot depend on the United Nations to provide protection in the north, he declared. “The U.N. is a corrupt organization. ‘Um, Shum’ [U.N., Shmu-N], as David Ben-Gur ...
Bloomberg: Crude Climbs for First Time in Three Days on Dollar By Moming Zhou - Jun 12, 2013 West Texas Intermediate crude rose for the first time in three days as the dollar weakened versus major peers amid concern that Mideast tension may trim supplies. Oil gained 0.5 percent as the Dollar Index fell to the lowest level since February. Turkish protesters were driven out of Taksim Square yesterday by police as the biggest rallies in more than 10 years spread nationwide after May 31. Libya’s National Oil Corp. said yesterday that crude output has fallen to less than 1 million barrels a day after sabotage and labor unrest shut oilfields and ports. “The dollar is down and we are getting some support from that,” said John Kilduff, a partner at Again Capital LLC, a New York-based hedge fund that focuses on energy. “There is a continuing focus on the Middle East, whether it’s Turkey or Libya’s production.” WTI for July delivery rose 50 cents to settle at $95.88 a barrel on the New York Mercantile ...
Susan Rice was up until recently the United States Ambassador to the United Nations. Her long-standing aspiration of becoming the US Secretary of State was dash
FSRN continues our wide ranging coverage from the Middle East, bringing you news & perspectives not often heard elsewhere. SYRIA 6/5/13 - Feature Story - As peace talks stall, Syrian conflict continues heavy toll on children and refugees In Syria, government forces took control of most of the key town Qusayr this morning after fierce battles near Lebanon's border. The fighting came as United Nations officials and US and Russian representatives met in Geneva in an attempt to work out a process of political negotiation to the conflict, which has continued for more than two years and claimed an estimated 80,000 lives. But the talks in Geneva were suspended, according to UN-Arab League Special Envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi who said there was "still a lot of work to do" to bring the Syrian government and the opposition together for a meeting. Brahimi said he hoped talks could start by July. The fighting continues to drive Syrians from their homes in record numbers. So far, the UN Refugee Agency has registered ...
A deep bow to our “friends” in the Middle East no longer satisfies Barack Obama’s White House. His new ambassador-to-be to the United Nations has a better idea. Samantha Power thinks the president should take a deferential knee. (It worked for Al Jolson, paying tribute to Mammy.)
UN Rescue? No thanks, I'll keep my Liberty. "convey a sense of crisis because of pressing problems including armed conflict in the Middle East, disruptive Climate Change and religious intolerance." “I am here to sound the alarm about our direction as a human family,” said Ban Ki-moon, the United Nations Secretary General.
Defending Samantha Power on Israel By Rabbi Shmuley Boteach Last year I became the first Rabbi to ever win a Republican nomination for Congress (NJ-9) and I have, as a columnist, often been critical of President Obama’s policies on Israel and the Middle East. In particular I have held the President accountable for not doing more to protect the innocent victims of President Assad’s brutal regime. But this week I take my yarmulke off to President Obama for one of the most impressive actions of his presidency, namely, the nomination of Samantha Power to the post of American Ambassador to the United Nations. As the author of the 2002 Pulitzer-prize winning best-seller, A Problem from *** Samantha has emerged as the world’s foremost agitator against genocide and, as a member of a nation who experienced the worst mass slaughter of any in history, I have always been in awe of a woman who has given voice to God’s ancient plea to humanity, “the blood of your brother cries out from the earth.” I am we . ...
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The Syrian military has retaken the border city of Qusair from rebel forces as the United Nations condemns both sides of the conflict. Democracy Now! talks to Patrick Cockburn of The Independent, who just returned from Syria where he reported on how the conflict is spreading across the Middle East.
US militarism in Mideast is radicalizing Iran US Naval vessel and helicopter in the Persian Gulf Iran was once on a path of liberalization and reform before the US Military began sowing destruction throughout the Middle East and Central Asia following the attacks on the United States in 2001. Although now largely forgotten, the last president of Iran, Mohammad Khatami (1997-2005), was a liberal-minded reformer who fought for freedom of expression, tolerance and civil society. He was open-minded about building diplomatic relations with other states, including those with which Iran has had problems in the past. He even waged something of an intellectual battle against American academic Samuel Huntington, who argued on behalf of a ‘clash of civilizations.’ Khatami advanced the concept of “dialogue among civilizations,” which seemed the more promising and peaceful idea. The former Iranian president’s proposal became so popular that the United Nations proclaimed the year 2001 as the United Nations’ ...
DP World's Jebel Ali port accredited by UN: Port becomes first in Middle East to gain United Nations certificate
  BE FIRM ABOUT SETTING HIGH STANDARDS FOR LIFE, LOVE, CREATIVITY, AND WISDOM.  IF OUR EXPECTATIONS IN THESE AREAS ARE LOW, WE ARE LIKELY NOT TO EXPERIENCE WELLNESS.  SETTING HIGH STANDARDS MAKES EVERY DAY AND EVERY DECADE WORTH LOOKING FORWARD TO.   UNIVERSE.   Microscopic photographs of a Mars rock taken by NASA's Opportunity rover have triggered great excitement among scientists even if they aren't unanimous on exactly what they are seeing.  The images posted on Jet Propulsion Laboratory's Mars rovers Website shows a highly detailed surface on a rock dubbed El Capitan that has been undergoing examination by the robot genealogist.   WORLD.   Children are still being used as soldiers in l8 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin Ame-rica, and the Middle East, according to a United Nations report released this week.  "Although the United Nations has clearly identified violators, the recruitment and use of child soldiers persist all around the world," said Jo Becker, child rights advocate for Human Rig ...
We are all the 99% Vs the 1% - This is Occupy PPSI: we need a global protest to condemn the United Nations roll of complacent and distortion in not fully addressing the Crimes Against Humanity that have been taken place in and outside of Syria with the UN Security Council in complete denial in not wanting to fully address the genocide that has been taking place in Syria. The victim of the ignorance of men wars once again are the children that not only the regime is attacking but also the Obama administration as well.we have criminals out there but we also have them in the Whitehouse.become apart of the global protest that condemns war against the poor carried out by the 1% in Syria and out side of Syria. Let's not forget that 9/11 was an inside job carried out by the U.S. Navy Seal and the Illuminati/mason even George Bush's son was in on it in carrying out the crime to blame Muslims in the Middle East for carrying out major Crimes Against Humanity when it has been quite clear that we have known it has .. ...
The Conservative government's positions at the United Nations on Israel and Palestine could yield some serious consequences for Canada. Prime Minister Stephen Harper moved Ottawa from being a broker in the Middle East to lining up with the Israel's staunchest … Continue reading →
The membership of the United Nations of any sovereign nation doesn’t provide guarantee for safety and security of the legitimate governments of the member state to protect its citizens from unexpected violent oppositions who are using weapons and getting help and support from out side for ousting the government and breaking the laws by killing and murdering innocent people in the country. We have seen many of such examples in recent years in the Middle East and North African countries that the legitimate governments have been removed by use of force and replaced by some one which is worse than before. Many of those leaders have been removed had been in power for more 30 years and have been acceptable by the International Laws and the UN for being legal and constitutional so why on earth suddenly every thing had changed and the old one was so bad and unacceptable that they had to be removed by force from power and replaced by unknown regimes which dose not make any sense whatsoever.
Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Gov: “Israel Stole $50 Billion of Our Sand” Sand. It’s the one truly rare thing in the Middle East because it’s so very rare. And while there’s no word on whether the feared Mossad Sharks and IAF vulture had anything to do with it, they probably did. Sinai used to be known for its sand, until the Jews stole it all to build massive sand castles with which to oppress the Palestinian people. In December of 2011 Egypt sent the United Nations a report detailing the reasons for which Israel owes the government of Egypt $500 billion for damage sustained by the Sinai Peninsula when it was controlled by Israel between 1967 and 1982. The report notes that former president Hosni Mubarak did not introduce claims regarding any of the stolen goods or physical damage throughout his time as ruler. This isn’t really a serious claim. But it allows the Muslim Brotherhood’s government media to begin screaming that the economy is bad because Israel won’t pay the $500 billion it owes ...
President Pranab Mukherjee has released a stamp to commemorate the bicentenary celebrations of Army's 3 Para (Special Forces) unit. Mukherjee released a commemorative stamp on the occasion of bicentenary celebrations of the 3rd Battalion, the Parachute Regiment (Special Forces) at a function at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. Raised on March 8, 1813, the 3 Para (SF) is one of the first battalions of the Army which served under the United Nations flag from November 1956 to November 1957 as part of Indian contingent of the United Nations Emergency Force in Egypt and Gaza Strip. It took part in various operations before and during World War I and during World War II it participated in operations in the Middle East and Burma. During Jammu and Kashmir Operations, it took part in the famous battle of Shelatang on November 7, 1947. The battalion has been awarded with 4 Mahaveer Chakras, one Kirti Chakra, 15 Veer Chakras and five Shaurya Chakras.
Middle East is new global travel crossroads DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — It's 1 a.m. and the sprawling airport in this desert city is bustling. Enough languages fill the air to make a United Nations translator's head spin. Thousands of fliers arrive every hour from China, Australia, India and nearly everywhere else on the planet. Few venture outside the terminal, which spans the length of 24 football fields. They come instead to catch connecting flights to somewhere else. If it weren't for three ambitious and rapidly expanding government-owned airlines — Emirates Airline, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways — they might have never come to the Middle East. For generations, international fliers have stopped over in London, Paris and Amsterdam. Now, they increasingly switch planes in Dubai, Doha and Abu Dhabi, making this region the new crossroads of global travel. The switch is driven by both the airports and airlines, all backed by governments that see aviation as the way to make their countries b ...
Zionist Israel is a Crime Against Humanity Before the founding of the Zionist movement, there were about 1,000,000 Jews throughout the Middle East, living among Arabs in relative peace for many centuries. In 1890, there were 500,000 Arabs living in Palestine, 80% of which were Muslim, 8% Jews. Yet, Zionist leaders claimed they were coming to settle “a people without land [mostly European Jews] on a land without people [Palestine].” By 1947, Jews owned about 6% of the land in Palestine. Yet, the United Nations – perhaps in light of the aftermath of the genocide of Jews in Europe – voted to partition Palestine between Jews and Arabs, giving Jews 54% of the land. Was the Zionist movement intentionally set up to steal Palestinian land? And if so, how is peace ever possible in the Middle East? If we want to truly understand the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians – and its far reaching effects on our lives and on the relations between the Muslim World and the West – we must explore the roots ...
In April 2012, Israel celebrated its 64th Independence Day. According to the country’s Central Bureau of Statistics, 7.9 million people live in Israel, 10 times the number at the country’s founding, with 14 big cities; and 70 percent of the inhabitants are native-born, compared with 35 percent in 1948. Israel’s gross domestic product per capita would fit well into Western Europe. But Israel has rarely felt more uncomfortable in its more immediate neighborhood. Since early 2011, the winds unleashed by the Arab Spring have cast a chill over the Middle East, leaving Israel grappling with a radically transformed region where it believes its options are limited and poor. By the fall of 2011, with its Cairo embassy ransacked, its ambassador to Turkey expelled and the Palestinians seeking statehood recognition at the United Nations, Israel found itself increasingly isolated. Even the troubles of a long-standing enemy, Syria, posed worries for Israel, as a deepening Civil War raised worries about regional i ...
Adams was born in Kingston, Ontario, to British parents who had emigrated from England in the 1950s., Adams' father joined the Canadian Army, followed by a stint with the United Nations as a peace keeping observer, and finally as a Canadian diplomat. Adams grew up traveling around the world with his parents, with his father's diplomatic postings in Europe and the Middle East. He traveled through the United Kingdom, and the Middle East, and spent more than four years in Lisbon, Portugal and a year in Vienna, Austria. After his parents divorced in 1973, Adams and his mother returned to settle in Vancouver, British Columbia.
A Cutting Edge News Alert has been posted I. Even as President Obama prepares his "Dream Team" to push Congress for stringent Climate Change laws, the United Nations issues a report which casts doubt upon the whole concept! I find it amusing that the Global Elite are vindicating Dr. Faulkner's premise in his DVD, "Climate Change or Mind Control". NEWS BRIEF: "Obama s climate team appears primed for action", Politico News, 2/3/2013 II. As Syria totters toward government collapse and as Israeli warplanes are bombing targets, war tensions are running very high throughout the entire Middle East. NEWS BRIEF: "Region's Armies All on High Alert", Israel National News, 2/3/2013 Read the full news articles in our online newsletter
1 person likes this Martin Malone (Author) Interest Martin Malone is an Irish novelist and short story writer. His novel, The Broken Cedar (2003), was nominated for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award and was shortlisted for an Irish Fiction Award. His first novel, Us (2000), won the John B Keane/Sunday Independent Award. His story, “The Mango War”, the title story of his 2009 short story collection won the RTE Francis MacManus Award in 2004. Malone has also won the Killarney International Short Story Prize and has been on two occasions shortlisted for a Hennessy Award. As a Military Policeman with the Irish Army under the flag of the United Nations, Malone served five tours of duty in Lebanon and one in Iraq. He has written a memoir of his time in the army, called The Lebanon Diaries (2007), and his experiences in the Middle East have greatly informed his literary work. His work is published by Simon & Schuster UK, Poolbeg Press and New Island. Martin Malone lives in County Kildare, Ireland ...
Indigenous Christians have only three sources of knowledge: The Bible, Fox News, and Emperor Palpatine. Many Humans today have evolved enough to not believe in Christianity. Still Logic is not part of Christian DNA. It is believed that molecules of the force influenced primitive Christians to believe in concepts now disproved by the Jedi Council, the US Supreme Court (and the Even Supremer Court), and the United Nations. The leader of the Christians Pope Benedict XVIA.K.A Pope Bendydick controls all Catholics (Most normal Christians find him kinda wack-o) from his base, the Vatican City. The Pope is infallible, or he can't be wrong. He has used his position of power to help contribute to Republican rule through force. This is mostly seen through the US Military Stormtroopers, The Lord's Resistance Army of the Galactic Empire of Africa. Recently two Crusades have been commision in the Middle East, and Christian spies have instigated and backed blinded revolutions through out the East making it weak for a C ...
Crowding upon us are the crises of the nations: The unique crisis of the Suez Canal involving Egypt, Britain, France, the United Nations, the United States, the Eastern nations and the world in general; friction between the Israeli government and surrounding Arab countries; the menacing shadow of the Russian bear; and the upheavals in the Russian-dominated countries of Hungary, Poland, and so forth. America's stand even against her wartime allies over the Suez Crisis has given her a new influence over some of the Eastern nations. Now comes another significant movethe far-reaching, historic "Eisenhower Doctrine," which throws a protective shield of U.S. power around the Middle East. The obvious spreading prestige and power of the United States is significant to the student of Holy Writ. These events are but forerunners of far greater ones to follow.
Obama’s nomination of Chuck Hagel was meant to send a message, and he has: Obama is not serious about stopping Iran’s nuclear weapons program, and that Tehran has an anti-Israel ally in the president’s war cabinet. Chuck Hagel’s misguided policies on Iran and the Middle East have already received considerable coverage. Chief among them is his opposition to sanctions on Iran. Both in 2001 and 2008 (at which point the United Nations had already sanctioned Iran) Hagel steadfastly opposed sanctions against Tehran. Hagel has tried to explain away those votes, but he has also opposed sanctions against countries such as North Korea, Syria, Libya, and Cuba. This aversion to sanctions is incompatible with Obama’s strategy on Iran, and it’s also flat-out wrong (the progress we’ve seen in Burma is a direct result of sanctions). Hagel supporters say that the “Jewish lobby” is using paranoia and scare tactics to overhype the threat of a nuclear Iran. But Obama himself said that “a nuclear-armed Ira ...
Four Definitions of Babylon 1. The ancient CITY of Babylon. It is the ancient site of Nebuchadnezzar's "Hanging Gardens," the Gate of Ishtar, and was once known as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It is also the site of the ancient Tower of Babel. 2. The ancient EMPIRE of Babylon (made famous in Nebuchadnezzar's day). That empire stretched across the Middle East, north, south, east and west. It was the largest empire in the world in its time. 3. Modern POLITICAL Babylon - the descendant of ancient Babylon - generally speaking, this refers to the kingdom of man (as opposed to the Kingdom of God by Jesus Christ). The Babylonian system is obsessed with global domination, both physically, financially and SPIRITUALLY! Some people think of the United Nations as Babylon, or the New World Order as Babylon, or some refer to New York or America as Babylon, but that is really inaccurate. You will see in my explanation below exactly who modern Babylon is according to Bible prophecy. 4. MYSTERY Babylon - the spi ...
BY THE WILL OF ALLAH THIS WILL BE THE END OF BUTCHER BASHAR INSHAA ALLAH !! DUA FOR OUR MUJAHIDEEN LIONS. Syria's Alawite area Assad's last resort, analysts say The last option for Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, who is determined not to back down after 21 months of deadly conflict, is to battle to the end from a fortified Alawite statelet, analysts believe. Driven from large swaths of territory in the north and east by rebels, the army is now focused on maintaining its grip on the key axis stretching from Damascus to the central province of Homs and on to the coastal Alawite heartland. The embattled Assad will "cling to power until the end, even if it means more massacres," said Middle East analyst Agnes Levallois of the prolonged crackdown and fighting that the United Nations says has left more than 60,000 dead. "The longer he hangs on the more assured he becomes of his ability to stay in power... not through retaking the whole country but by holding onto Damascus, the key junction of Homs province . ...
Response from Senator John Cornyn on my message to oppose the UN gun control treaty. *** Thank you for contacting me regarding the United Nations (UN). I appreciate having the benefit of your comments on this important matter. I am deeply concerned about a range of UN policies and encroachment on U.S. sovereignty. I believe this organization is in serious need of reform. In recent years, the UN has repeatedly taken actions against Israel—a strong and faithful U.S. ally and democracy in the Middle East. The composition of the UN Security Council—one of the principal organs of the UN—is such that China and Russia routinely veto important measures aimed at countering threats from Iran or ending the violent bloodshed perpetrated by the Syrian regime against its own people. And the UN continues to pursue the implementation of new treaties, ranging from a proposed treaty on international arms sales to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, that stand contrary to U.S. interests and our sovereign ...
~ By Rabbi Barney Kasdan Once again the Middle East is shaking. After some 1200 missiles launched at Israel over the last year (and 500 this last week alone!), is it a surprise to anyone that Israel responded? But evidently some people are surprised because they are unaware of what the Jewish State confronts everyday. For sure, the Israelis do not wish this confrontation and have taken so many positive actions to avoid it. Most Israelis are open to the existence of a Palestinian State in the Middle East. Of course this is exactly what was offered to the Arabs by the United Nations way back in November 1947. At that time the Jewish people accepted the partition plan that would create both a Jewish State as well as an Arab State. Sadly, the Arab leadership flatly rejected this offer and war soon followed. Consequently, the modern state of Israel was officially birthed on May 14, 1948 and within hours strongly approved by a UN vote which included the USA and even the USSR. There have subsequently be ...
President Shimon Peres spoke with Christian leaders on the eve of the new year on the Gregorian calendar and said that peace is a Biblical commandment. Often repeating what arguably is the line most often used by Peres in his political career, he said, Peace is not just a need but it is a commandment, moreover from the Old and New testaments. “Peace is not just a dream, or a far-sighted aim….There is a beginning of peace in the Middle East. “We have peace with Egypt. There is a Peace Treaty with Jordan,” and the ever-optimistic president added, “We have begun the [peace] process with the Palestinian Authority.” President Peres, who several years ago expressed surprise that Hamas fired missiles on Israel after the expulsion of Jews and withdrawal of the IDF from Gaza, drew the red line at Hamas concerning peace talks. He said he is determinedly against negotiating with the terrorist organization unless it accepts the three conditions set down by the Quartet (United States, United Nations, Russi ...
A Quick Listing of The United States’ Record of Veto Use at the United Nations (UN): 1972–2011* In the United Nations, five countries (called the Permanent Members of the Security Council) ca...
(R) Strategic Solutions for a new middle east Americans and Israelis can expect more terrorism here at home and in the Middle East. A new terrorist group has emerged, the “National Union Battalions.” [See National Union Battalions’ video at Hamas in the Gaza, Fatah in Judea and Samaria, (West Bank), Islamic Jihad, and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, PFLP – Muslim Arabs, otherwise known as P...alestinians, have consolidated their efforts. Their stated goal: “All of Palestine – from the [Mediterranean] Sea to the [Jordan] river.” [See Even Fatah’s Central Committee claims, it will “not lay down its swords,” until it has conquered all of Israel. [See Palestinian Authority TV at MEMRI Fatah members comprise the PA, the organization the U.S. considers to be a legitimate peace partner in talks with Israel over land for peace. Since the United States allowed a vote to go forward at the United Nations last month to recognize “Palestine” as a state, all four (4) terrorist ...
FROM THE UN SECRETARY-GENERAL Secretary-General's Year-End Press Conference New York, 19 December 2012 Secretary-General: Good morning. It is a great pleasure to see you. I would like to express my sincere thanks for all you have been doing in and around the United Nations. Best wishes for the holiday season. I look forward to seeing you tonight at the UNCA [United Nations Correspondents Association] dinner. A tumultuous year is coming to a close. Two thousand and twelve saw tension from Syria to the Sahel, and from eastern [Democratic Republic of the] Congo to the Middle East. Turmoil tested us, once again, on our founding obligation: to stop conflict and build peace. At the same time, the United Nations helped to lay foundations for progress on the top challenge of the twenty-first century -- sustainable development. Let me start with the situation in Syria. Syria began the year in conflict, and ends the year in war. Day by day, the death toll has climbed. Month by month, the regional spillover has grow ...
BENGHAZI BUNGLE AN ATTEMPT TO ADVANCE ISLAM? Analyst says impromptu Obama decision twisted terror attack WASHINGTON – The Obama administration may be trying to use the al-Qaida terror attacks on U.S. operations in Benghazi, Libya, to advance a growing global movement to protect Islam from criticism, according to one expert. The issue is the “defamation of religions” resolution pending at the United Nations. It was introduced by Islamic nations and coalitions to criminalize any negative reference to Islam or Muslims. Clare Lopez, a strategic policy and intelligence expert with a focus on the Middle East, national defense, WMD, and counterterrorism, said that after the attack that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three others, the Obama administration made an impromptu decision to advance the Islamic agenda item it already had endorsed. “The Obama administration, and especially the Department of State led by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, are coordinating closely with the [Organization of t ...
Christian Persecution Rampant & Obama, Clinton and U.N. Remain Silent Filed under Christianity, Ethics, Islam, Middle East, Politics, Religion, Terrorism55 103 Have you noticed that ever since Barack Obama was first elected in 2008, that he, Hillary Clinton and the United Nations have been quick to condemn any hint of Muslim persecution or intolerance towards them? When U.S. soldiers urinated on the bodies of dead Taliban members, everyone was in an uproar and Obama apologized to the entire world. When Qurans that were defaced by Muslim prisoners were burned by U.S. troops, the world cried out and Obama apologized. No one said anything about the Christian Bibles that were burned along with the Qurans. But where is the outcry from Obama, Clinton and the United Nations concerning all of the Christian persecution going on all over the world? Have you heard one word of condemnation from the United States or the United Nations? No! In Pakistan, Muslims recently started taking their aggressions out on Chris ...
Gaza crisis: Jeremy Bowen on a fragile ceasefire By Jeremy Bowen BBC Middle East editor 22 November 2012 Last updated at 12:42 The conditions for the next spiral that turns tension into violence are still there In the last hours before a ceasefire, in a United Nations school in Gaza City that was packed with families who had fled from Israeli shelling, a girl of about 13 pushed a piece of cardboard torn from a biscuit wrapper into the hand of one my colleagues. It was a checklist for the future, with one spelling mistake: I hope to stop a war I hope to live a happy life I hope to be pace [at peace] for ever Happy dream But this is Gaza, a place where nightmares can come true. Her family had left its home near the border with Israel in a hurry, after Israel dropped thousands of leaflets warning them that they would be striking their neighbourhood. Not long after they left, the Israelis started bombing. Does the ceasefire get the girl with the dream any closer to the life she wants? Probably not. In the yea ...
"Our condition, in Israel , has never been better than it is now. Only the television and the media make people think that the end of the world is near. Only 65 years ago, Jews were brought to death like sheep to slaughter. NO country, NO army. Only 60 years ago, seven Arab countries declared war on little Israel, the Jewish State, just a few hours after it was established. We were 650,000 Jews against the rest of the Arab world. No IDF or Air Force. We were only a small group of stubborn people with nowhere to go. Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Egypt, Libya, and Saudi Arabia; they all attacked at once. The state that the United Nations "gave" us was 65% desert. We started it from Zero. Only 41 years ago, we fought three of the strongest countries. In the Middle East, and we crushed them in the Six Day War. Over the years we fought different coalitions of 20 Arab countries with modern armies and with huge amounts of Russian-Soviet ammunition, and we still won. Today we have a beautiful country, a powerfu . ...
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In May 1948, Israel became an independent state after Israel was recognised by the United Nations as a country in its own right within the Middle East. Before World War Two, Haganah had been, from the British viewpoint, a terrorist organisation that used violence to defend the Jewish Agency. Haganah attacked Palestinian Arabs and aspects of British rule in Palestine. Israel was attacked on the same day it gained its independence – May 14th. The armies of Egypt, Lebanon, Syria and Iraq attacked Israel. Israeli victories came on all the war fronts. Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan and Syria signed a peace settlement by July 1949. Iraq withdrew her forces but did not sign any peace settlement. As a result of their military victory, Israel was able to expand the territory given to the state by the United Nations. However, this could only be at the expense of the Arab population that lived in these areas.
United Nations powerless , we need a new inclusive world body with more powers. Security Council has failed us. Middle East on fire.
Prayers for Israel Let us pray as King David commanded when he said, “Pray for the peace of Jerusalem” (Psalm 122:6), knowing that Israel’s enemies are ever scheming to wrest the city out of Jewish hands. Let us pray for the Lord to grant wisdom and discernment to Israel’s leaders, diplomats and government advisors, particularly as the Palestinian Authority is planning to unilaterally pursue statehood once again at the United Nations. Prayers for the Middle East Let us pray for revival in Iran, that many more people there would come to know the Lord Jesus. Pray that Iran’s leaders would utterly fail in their devious plans to destroy Israel. Pray that democracy and freedom would finally come to the people of Iran. Pray for peace and calm to prevail in societies across the Middle East so the good news of the Gospel can advance. Let us continue to pray for the Lord’s will to be done concerning Syria, as the conflict there rages on and may worsen as Iran illegally supplies weapons and aircraft to ...
This is not a criticism of our President because I don't believe he started this program. It is a criticism of big government and the folly it vcreates inmarketplace. Lend me your ears (my title). This summer’s once-in-a-half-century Midwestern drought caused global prices for staple food products to soar by 10%—and corn in particular to jump by 25%, according to the World Bank. The food shortages across Africa, the Middle East and South America are the worst since the 1980s and have produced hunger and political instability, according to the United Nations. So perhaps this emergency is the time to relax the U.S. ethanol mandate, which diverts four of every 10 domestic bushels of corn into gas tanks. That’s equal to 15% of international corn production, burned in internal combustion engines that could run on another fuel. But this obvious solution is evidently not obvious to the Environmental Protection Agency, which, despite studying the question for more than a year, says it needs more time. Last ...
Why did Obama refuse aid to Ambassador Stevens in Benghazi? According to a Fox News special last night, here is the answer- from former US Ambassador to the United Nations- John Bolton: "increasing security and troops at the Embassy in Benghazi would have been an admission that things are not going well in the Middle East". Can you imagine? It was all political. Obama cares more about saving his job than the lives of others!! The facts show repeated attempts by Stevens to get MORE help and protection. Instead, security was slowly being taken away all Summer. This would make things appear stable and calm in the area. However, it was quite the opposite. Obama and his staff ALL knew this. And knew if things went wrong-- they would need a "major cover-up". The YOUTUBE video served that purpose. Yet they continue to tell us to this day "we are researching all the facts." That response is the biggest LIE of all. The lies are so many and frequently told- they are trying to "create their own truths". This is how ...
Animal Diseases Spreading By George Grow This is the VOA Special English AGRICULTURE REPORT. United Nations officials are concerned about diseases spread among animals. Animal diseases were reported recently in the Middle East, Africa and Europe. Some of the diseases are deadly. The U-N officials give two reasons for animal diseases spreading. One is increased international trade in animals and animal products. Another is increased movement of people and animals from country to country. Mark Rweyemamu is an expert with the U-N Food and Agriculture Organization. He says no country can claim to be safe from animal diseases. He says veterinary services are important to prevent and treat disease in animals. Recently, Rift Valley fever was reported in Yemen and Saudi Arabia. This is the first time the disease has been reported outside Africa. Rift Valley fever kills both animals and humans. Insects carry the virus that causes the disease. Rift Valley fever reportedly killed more than thirty people in Yemen las ...
Think it's just a minor slip up when Obama said he had visited all 57 states? Well, guess again. He is very familiar with 57 STATES because of the following. The Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) is an international organization with a permanent delegation to the United Nations. It groups 57 nations, most of which are Islamic, from the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia, Caucasus, Balkan, Southeast Asia, South Asia and South America.
In his speech to the United Nations on Thursday, my friend of more than thirty years, Prime Minister Netanyahu told the world that the only way to get Iran to stop their nuclear program without war was to draw clear "red lines." The world fears drawing clear lines will lead to war, but as he carefully pointed out in his speech, clear lines actually prevent war. I have been praying for a miracle of divine intervention so that Iran can be stopped without war because I know the cost war will take on the Jewish people. But the cost of a nuclear-armed Iran is even worse. As Mr. Netanyahu said, "Given this record of Iranian aggression without nuclear weapons, just imagine an Iran with nuclear weapons. Who among you would feel safe in the Middle East? Who'd be safe in Europe? Who'd be safe in America? Who'd be safe anywhere?" He also made one more statement that reminded me so much of his predecessor who was also my dear friend, Menachem Begin. The Prime Minister said, "3,000 years ago, King David ruled over ...
Film makers from India,Singapore and Middle East will be invited to make documentary films in a new reality show hosted by Hollywood producer Ashok Amritraj, “Chance of a Lifetime.” Four selected teams of filmmakers, each with members from India,Singapore and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries of Bahrain,Kuwait,Oman,Qatar,Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, will be handed with production tasks each week. The topics of the films will be based on the UN’s Millennium Development Goals. By the end of the series the respective documentaries too will be completed. The winning film will be screened at the UN and will be honoured with a special recognition by Variety magazine at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. The initiative is being organised in collaboration by the United Nations, Variety Magazine, Hyde Park Entertainment andAbu Dhabi’s production company Image Nation. The show will be hosted by Ashok Amritraj, chairman-CEO of Hyde Park Entertainment. And the series will be financed by Hyde Pa ...
Time To Get Mad Why aren't you mad as *** yet, America? What will it take? At home, unemployment is stuck above 8 percent. Twenty-three million are out of work. Millions of others have given up looking for jobs. One American in six is on food stamps. Small businesses are terrified of Obamacare. The economy ran out of gas four years ago and the president still thinks the only way to get it going again is to fill up the tank with trillions of dollars of debt and make successful people pay for the tow truck. Overseas, we have a dead ambassador and three other dead Americans in Libya. Dozens of our embassies are being threatened by mobs. Iran is building a nuke. Syria is mired in a bloody Civil War. Egypt's new democracy is turning against us. And our Middle East policy -- if that's what it can be called -- is based on apologies and weakness. Meanwhile, what does President "Eye Candy" do this week? He goes before the United Nations and can't bring himself to even mention the words "Islamic extremists." He's ...
White House officials dispute that the press secretary, Jay Carney, cited the anti-Muhammad video as the cause of the attack in Benghazi. They also defended statements by the American ambassador to the United Nations, Susan E. Rice, in which she characterized the attack as a spontaneous episode related to protests in Cairo. Ms. Rice, they said, based that on an unclassified document summarizing the latest intelligence at that moment. Political advisers to Mr. Obama said it was too soon to know whether the attack in Libya, or the broader unrest in the Middle East, would affect the campaign. But they said they did not expect the attack to rob the president of his credibility on National Security, contending that voters were far more likely to remember the raid on Osama bin Laden. “If the president says he is going to bring these people to justice,” said Colin Kahl, a former Pentagon official who is an adviser to the Obama campaign, “he has a pretty good track record of following people to the ends of ...
As our Nobel laureate President ascended to the podium on September 25 at the United Nations for his last international speech before the election, we again were the recipients of fine oratory and rhetorical flourish about America’s problems in the world. Focusing on the Middle East, Central Asia, a...
Weak in the news: Prime Minister Netanyahu of Israel and President Ahmadinejad took the opportunity at the United Nations this week to demonstrate one more time that they are both nuts. Netanyahu is the more dangerous because he already has "the bomb", and has proven his government has no respect for non-Israelis in the Middle East. If you wonder about this, ask any Palestinian whose house is being torn down, or whose farm is being bulldozed to build "Jewish settlements" illegally as we speak. The Prime Minister's political power rests on his constant fear-mongering among Israelis and Americans about the alleged Iranian threat. In his dreams tanks will roll over the bodies of Iranians as Israel, with US military backing, spreads its domination over the Muslim World. His is a formula designed to lead to war, and anything but what one could call "the American Way" or diplomacy. Ahmadinejad is also a nut-job. But his political position is that of a struggling underdog. Yes, he yells about Zionism and the ill ...
Can somebody please explain to me, because I don't understand... while our strongest ally in the Middle East addresses the United Nations on crucial issues, our UN Ambassador, Susan Rice, decides that it is time for her to go to lunch, and skips it. This is on par with Obama finding time to go on the View, E Weekly and Letterman, but can't find a half hour to meet with Netanyahu. It is perfectly clear that we are abandoning our long time allies in every possible way. Meanwhile - the Jewish vote is still polling at 68% Pro Dem/Obama. HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE?? Can it be true we have all lost sight of our allegiances our sense of American values, not only for our country but for those who we have always supported as well? I am not Jewish, but I'd certainly like to know how anyone who is can possibly accept this outrage, or do you simply not care?
South Africa H.E. Mr. Jacob Zuma, President 25 September 2012 Statement Summary: Jacob Zuma, President of South Africa, said the United Nations faced immense pressure to address the unprecedented loss of life in Africa and the Middle East. It was concerning when the Organization appeared unable to act or assist, paralysed in certain instances due to inaction on the part of some Member States, and when a divided Council was unable to muster the collective courage to say “no more” to warring parties in the interest of peace. That illustrated the need to continue and deepen United Nations reform to make the world body agile and nimble in addressing contemporary challenges, he said. Given its mandate, the Council must be legitimate, democratic and transparent, he emphasized. Calling for more meaningful representation of Africa in that body, he noted that issues affecting the continent accounted for 70 per cent of its agenda. It must be expanded in both membership categories, with at least two permanent s ...
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Iranian President Says Israel Will Be Eliminated By GOPUSA Staff September 25, 2012 7:27 am As world leaders gather at the United Nations building in New York, one can expect the... expected. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has a turn at the podium on Monday and wasted no time blasting Israel and saying the country would be "eliminated." Israeli representatives walked out of the speech, but what about the Americans? As reported by Reuters, "Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Monday Israel has no roots in the Middle East and would be 'eliminated,' ignoring a U.N. warning to avoid incendiary rhetoric ahead of the annual General Assembly session." Ahmadinejad also said he did not take seriously the threat that Israel could launch a military strike on Iran's nuclear facilities, denied sending arms to Syria, and alluded to Iran's threats to the life of British author Salman Rushdie. The United States quickly dismissed the Iranian president's comments as "disgusting, offensive and outrageous." ...
Just a few more weeks, just a few more opinions, then it's back to the books for me. Middle East ready to erupt in war: As the president of the United States addressed the United Nations today, the one question that was on most people's mind after a weekend of threats from Iran and Egypt, "When is the war going to start?" We know it's coming. There no avoiding it this time, the Americans are going to have to back up Israel when the attack comes next month on Iran's nuclear refineries. What our role will be is yet not really public, but I should say, it will be a bit more dramatic than the Libyan mission that rousted Gaddafi from power. So, is our illustrious man of the White House with his National Security Council? Perhaps the Joint Chiefs? Maybe he's meeting with Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss what needs to be done? As the world prepares for what is going to be a very bloody war over religion and gods, President Obama is back on the campaign trail hitting TV shows and clowning around like there is no con ...
Our embassies are under attack all over the world. Our flag is being burned in the streets in every major city in the Middle East. Our ambassador -- let me repeat that, an American ambassador -- is murdered and his body is dragged through the streets of Behghazi last week, and President Obama is being burned in effigy. World leaders are meeting and speaking out against the U.S. and Israel at the United Nations this very day in New York City and calling for the deaths of all Americans and all Jews. And where is our president? On a meaningless, brainless show called "The View," hosted by Whoppy Goldberg, among others, after refusing to meet with the Prime Minister of Israel, our only ally in the Fertile Crescent. And my son, a proud, patriotic Marine infantryman is deployed, awaiting orders that could cost him his life while the president guffaws his way through a TV show.
When Obama went to Egypt after his inaugration, he said it was time ro have a reapproachment with the Muslim World. In doing so, the United States basically pulled back from it's position as the world's only superpower and allowed the United Nations and the Arab League to try to tame the Arab Spring. Well, the Arab Spring has sprung and President Obama's Middle East policy has melted down. Embassies and American personel are under siege. Unfortunately, it's impossible to reason with those that want to destroy us. Even more unfortunate is the fact that these intentional killers of innocents only recognize strength. We can't disengage and follow while others try to lead. America has no choice but to lead or more Americans around the world and at home will die. We can't be a turtle with it's head hidden inside it's shell. We need to be the leader, not play follow the leader.
Jimmy Obama By JEFFREY LORD on 9.12.12 @ 10:38AM Not to put too fine a point on it, but here we go again. A liberal American president helps push a Middle East leader -- a dictator but a friendly dictator -- out the door. The Administration is so convinced the country's would be leader will lead to peace and freedom that the American UN Ambassador refers to the leader-in-waiting as "some kind of saint." The "saint" arrives to take charge… and the next thing that happens is the US Embassy is invaded, the entire Embassy staff is taken hostage -- and world crisis begins. This was, of course, what happened when then-President Jimmy Carter helped push the Shah of Iran out the door. And his Ambassador to the United Nations, Andrew Young, referred to the US government's view of the Ayatollah Khomeini as "some kind of saint." Well, no. What happened in fact was that Jimmy Carter telegraphed weakness to Khomeini -- not to mention the Soviets. Khomeini was barely settled on the Shah's throne when the U.S. Embassy ...
The Arabs have failed and unfortunately will continue to fail in understanding this really simple fact: Peace with Israel is illogical, unethical, and pointless. The people who forced themselves into Palestine in 1948 have no good intentions whatsoever. They disregard the concept of Human Rights, they forced the innocent Palestinians out of their homes like dogs into refugee camps, and they show no respect towards United Nations resolutions. This is only a few of the crimes of these people. I was just wondering but what hit Anwar Sadat and King Hussein of Jordan on the head when they made peace with Israel?!?! Were their ears and eyes closed shut towards what their fellow Palestinian brothers and sisters were going through? Are they not Muslims like the innocent Palestinians? Shame on them and on every Arab who, in one way or another, uses the term "disgusting" towards the Palestinian refugees across the Middle East or criticizes the Palestinians over something ridiculous. Instead of wasting your time plo ...
Tonight the finale Democratic National Convention meeting and President Barack Obama will speak as front runner to get a second term.Winning a 2nd term to Obama is more important than to give Justice to Palestine occupy land as he went to Europe last year letting them know he will stopped the EU nations from supporting Palestine to become a member body of the United Nations and he did.His vision for 2nd term have no boundaries. Mr. Clinton and Bush came with their own strategy to fix the Middle East problem, Obama has not draft up a solution of his own to be his own boss.He spoke about new borders but that's not a strategy that other nations will sign to support as they did with Bush two state solution with Israel back to their 1967 borders and Jerusalem for Palestine capital Russia and other EU Nations signed to support it.We see that didn't work. That is why Obama can't speak his own tongue he has no plan strategy what so ever. But used to say he his following his pre successor Bush.Nothing true in that ...
Rice: Iran, Hizbullah, Syria Alliance Bad for US Interests, Region Aug 10, 2012 Following a consultative meeting that was held in Iran, in which 30 countries converged on the capital city Tehran, US ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice blatantly said the alliance of Iran, Lebanese Hizbullah and Assad's government-a group that considers itself the Middle East's "an axis of resistance"-was "bad for the region." Speaking to NBC television shortly after Assad met a top Iranian envoy in his war-torn capital this week and as Tehran hosted a conference on the conflict designed to shore up the beleaguered Syrian regime, Rice made her statement. "They view this as an axis of resistance along with Hizbullah, so there is no question that Iran is playing a nefarious role, not only in Syria but more broadly in the region, actively supporting the Assad regime," she said. Countries participating in Tehran consultative meeting on Syria stressed the need for settlement of crisis there based on respecting internati ...
Syria has long left deliberately ambiguous what exactly it possesses in terms of chemical weapons, with government leaders only rarely discussing them. A United Nations diplomat said that in a meeting this month with Kofi Annan, the Special Envoy for Syria and former United Nations Secretary General, President Bashar al-Assad had also said that any chemical weapons were stored in a safe place. Mr. Assad also told Mr. Annan that they would not be used except in the case of foreign invasion, the diplomat said, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the diplomatic delicacy of the topic. The Syrian leader had said that the weapons had not been mixed yet, so that anyone who captured them would have to know how to combine them. The weapons are considered “binary,” meaning that they do not become lethal until they are mixed. Israel employs a similar ambiguity about its nuclear arsenal — usually stating it will not be the first to deploy nuclear weapons in the Middle East — which is believed to hav ...
Syria crisis is critical juncture for Russia Given the historical background of conflicts in the Middle East, Russia decided to support the government of Bashar al-Assad in Syria from the beginning of the unrest in the country in March 2011 in order to counter the West’s interventionist policies in the region. The recent escalation of violence in Syria has created new threats for Russia’s strategic interests, but nevertheless, Moscow continues to support the Syrian government. This was clearly proven during former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan’s recent visit to Russia, in which Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov insisted that Moscow would not revise its position toward Syria. On the other hand, if the opposition wins the current battle in Syria, Russia’s position in the region and on the international stage will be seriously undermined. Historically, the Syria crisis should be viewed as a very critical juncture for Russia. If Assad wins the battle, Russia will gain many advantage ...
[ From: Truth Beckons :)] MYANMAR RELIGIOUS CLEANSING: Crime Against Humanity. Described as the Palestine of Asia by the UN, the Rohingya Muslim community in Myanmar is currently going through an unutterable ordeal at the hands of the Rakhine extremist Buddhists in Arakan who are targeting the Muslim minority with the worst form of religious cleansing. Ethnic Cleansing is rife in Myanmar and is turning into a human tragedy of colossal proportions. A confidential United Nations report dated May 29, 2011 and marked “Not for Public Citation or Distribution”, defines Ethnic Cleansing as a “purposeful policy designed by one ethnic or religious group to remove by violent and terror-inspiring means the civilian population of another ethnic or religious group from certain geographic areas.” What is happening in Myanmar to the Rohingya Muslims violates International Laws and is to be categorized as crime against humanity. Unfortunately, the Myanmar peace prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi has turned a blind e ...
The fate of our Second Amendment rests in the hands of United Nations' do-gooders and dictators. They’re gathering in New York City to iron out the final details of the now infamous U.N. "Small Arms Treaty." And I promise you will be reeling as you try to wrap your head around their latest move. Sources have revealed that the famously corrupt anti-gun diplomats at the U.N. have given IRAN a key seat at the negotiations for the global arms treaty. The same Iran that just days ago was exposed supplying arms to the brutal Assad regime in Civil War-torn Syria. The same Iran that beats peaceful protestors in the streets and denies firearms to most of its citizens. Do you want to know who else has a seat at the table to carve-up your gun rights? Egypt, China, Belarus and Nigeria among others. But I have even more disturbing news. The greatest threat to our gun rights doesn’t come from the sands of the Middle East . . . . . . It comes from ivory tower diplomats in nations like Japan, Mexico and Australia. Th ...
This month the United Nations marks World Refugee Day, a star-studded, multimedia campaign to raise awareness about the plight of refugees. Yet mention of one group of refugees will be noticeably absent: the 850,000 Jews expelled from Arab countries during the past six decades.
Cem Zorlular, Youth Rep. of The Light Millennium to the Department of Public Information of the United Nations, is a nominee to the UN DPI/NGO Executive Committee - Ballot is out and voting deadline is: June 28 - 10a.m. "Cem Zorlular - The Light Millennium As a youth representative of his organization, Cem prepares and publishes reports of the briefings he attends. He also helps organize Light Millennium’s conferences and television programs for Queens Public Television. Cem would like to assist the Committee in youth outreach, in motivating NGOs in Turkey and the Middle East to apply for DPI Association, and in increasing networking among NGOs.
I GUESS WE WANT OUR BUILDINGS BOMBED SO WE HAVE AN EXCUSE TO GO USE OUR MILITARY FOR ECONOMIC GAIN. Richard Perle, who later became a core member of PNAC, was involved in similar activities to those pursued by PNAC after its formal organization. For instance, in 1996 Perle composed a report that proposed regime changes in order to restructure power in the Middle East. The report was titled A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm and called for removing Saddam Hussein from power, as well as other ideas to bring change to the region. The report was delivered to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.[8] Two years later, in 1998, Perle and other core members of the PNAC - Paul Wolfowitz, R. James Woolsey, Elliot Abrams, and John Bolton - "were among the signatories of a letter to President Clinton calling for the removal of Hussein."[8] Clinton did seek regime change in Iraq, and this position was sanctioned by the United Nations. These UN sanctions were considered ineffective by the neoconservative ...
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Following up on last week’s comments by Ban Ki-moon endorsing Yemen’s single-candidate “democracy” as a model for the entire Middle East to imitate, the UN Security Council has passed a resolution threatening “non-military sanctions” on anyone found insufficiently supportive of the new regime.
International Day of UN Peacekeepers The History of United Nations Peacekeeping began in 1948. Its first mission was to the Middle East to observe and maintain the ceasefire during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. Since then, United Nations peacekeepers have taken part in a total of 63 missions across the globe, 17 of which continue today. The peacekeeping force as a whole received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1988. Though the term "peacekeeping" is not found in the United Nations Charter, the authorization is generally considered to lie in (or between) Chapter 6 and Chapter 7. Chapter 6 describes the Security Council's power to investigate and mediate disputes, while Chapter 7 discusses the power to authorize economic, diplomatic, and military sanctions, as well as the use of military force, to resolve disputes. The founders of the UN envisioned that the organization would act to prevent conflicts between nations and make future wars impossible; however, the outbreak of the Cold War made peacekeeping agreements ex ...
My Dad served, my uncles served, I served. I hate war and the political and commercial lies leading to it. Today, I read the story of 32 dead Syrian children, I read of the ineffectual United Nations which remains a debating society, I read of the stonewalling Russians with a Syrian naval base and who depend upon Syrian oil. And suddenly all that wove into an intestinal knot creating anger that precedes war. Then remembrance pulled me back to reality. Words like Sunni, Shiite, Alewite, Al Qaeda, Hezbollah and the words, "the enemy of my enemy is my friend," instilled reticence. I thought of acronyms like 9/11, TSA, IED, WMD, SNAFU and FUBAR; roadside bombs, suicide vests, regime change, American interest, multiple tours. I thought about the impending Israel/Iran detonation and the Israeli/Palestinian convulsion. There's North Korea's bluster, Han Chinese diluting and dismantling Tibetan culture, 6 million children that die every year from hunger related causes, much of it through war. I feel tears ...
Back in 1982, President Ronald Reagan decided not to sign a treaty known as Law of the Sea (LOST), a United Nations convention that would raid America's treasury for billions of dollars, then redistribute that wealth to the rest of the world by an international bureaucracy headquartered in Kingston,...
Golda Meir - Peace in the Middle East speech to the United Nations taken from Great Speeches Vol. 2
The Syrian government yesterday denounced the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon as "biased" and accused the West of conspiring to install Islamist and Al-Qaeda regimes across the Middle East.
Victor Sharpe: On the banks of the East River in New York City stands the Temple to Hypocrisy; the United Nations building. In this meeting place of the nations, various organizations meet with lofty titles – one such being the Human Rights Council. Here is the nadir of true peace and decency. Made up of the worst Human Rights abusers in the world, this organization devotes its time to ignoring the terrible atrocities and Human Rights abuses routinely committed in Sudan, Syria, Iran, Egypt, Nigeria, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, Pakistan – all Moslem lands or, as in the case of Nigeria, one rapidly becoming Islamized with the attendant routine slaughter of Christians. But the HRC concentrates obsessively in condemning one tiny democracy, Israel, a Jewish nation that provides unparalleled freedoms in the Middle East for all its inhabitants while surviving in the very heart of darkness - the Arab and Muslim World. To their enduring shame the governments of the European democracies and the Obama Administr ...
Its time for the American public, and the United Nations and World Court system, to hold the United States of America responsible for the MURDERS of its own citizens, and for the PERPETRATION and PERPETUATION of Middle East wars. When the Nuremberg tribunal offered to Albert Speer, that the German People were innocent of the atrocities perpetrated by Hitler; Speer answered to the judges: "...for a People, in a position to know, yet shunning the knowledge of the truth, ARE GUILTY OF THE CONSEQUENCES...from the beginning." (Inside the Third Reich). The American People ARE guilty...for both atrocities of GW Bush and Larry Silverstein perpetrators...and for Barry Soetoro-Obama...THE continuing perpetuator of the 9/11 LIE...and of course his Coast Province Hospital, 4 August 1961 birth in Mombasa, Kenya.
United Nations -UN Security Council meeting on situation in the Middle East (Yemen) (incl Representative of Yemen)-
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